Holly Willoughby says she 'can't believe' her son Chester, 4, starts school soon

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() Holly Willoughby has admitted she 'can't believe' her son Chester, four, will start school on Monday in a candid Instagram post.

Taking to her widely-followed account on Sunday, the This Morning host, 38, shared a sweet snap of her three children's shoes lined up against the front door of her house as they prepare to return to school following the summer holidays.

The TV presenter - who shares Harry, 10, Belle, eight, and Chester with husband Dan Baldwin - has been on a nearly two month-long break from her work duties to enjoy quality time with her children.

Reaching milestones: Holly Willoughby has admitted she 'can't believe' her son Chester, four, will start school on Monday in a candid Instagram post

Reaching milestones: Holly Willoughby has admitted she 'can't believe' her son Chester, four, will start school on Monday in a candid Instagram post

Celebrity Juice star Holly penned: 'Back to school...who else’s front door looks like this... 

'Big day for Chester tomorrow, 1st day of school... Good-luck to anyone else starting their school journey...can’t believe he’s at this stage already', she added.

Similar to her children's schedules, the television personality will return to ITV breakfast show This Morning with her 'TV husband' Phillip Schofield on Monday.

'Back to school': On Sunday, the This Morning host, 38, shared a snap of her three children's shoes lined up against the front door of her house as they prepare to return to school

'Back to school': On Sunday, the This Morning host, 38, shared a snap of her three children's shoes lined up against the front door of her house as they prepare to return to school 

The blonde's social media activity comes after reports claimed she and co-host and Phillip, 57, are in line for huge payrises as ITV plan to replace the axed Jeremy Kyle Show with an extended edition of This Morning. 

ITV bosses are said to be plotting a massive shake-up of the daytime TV schedule which would see This Morning start at the earlier time of 10am and feature 'funny viewers' letters and emails', reports The Mirror.

The Jeremy Kyle Show was axed in May following the suicide of a former guest on the programme - with the 9.25am to 10.30am slot temporarily filled by Judge Rinder.

New guard: The blonde's post comes after reports claimed she and co-host and Phillip Schofield, 57, are in line for huge payrises

New guard: The blonde's post comes after reports claimed she and co-host and Phillip Schofield, 57, are in line for huge payrises 

Over: ITV plan to replace the axed Jeremy Kyle Show with an extended edition of This Morning

Over: ITV plan to replace the axed Jeremy Kyle Show with an extended edition of This Morning

An alleged proposal, submitted to an ITV focus group, claims bosses want to make the schedule 'more of a live event' with presenters speaking to one another as they hand over their shows.

A source added to the website that TV stalwarts Holly and Phil were the 'natural No1 choice' to fill the scheduling gap. The pair both earn around £600,000 a year.

The reported revised schedule would see 30 minutes of news starting at 6am, with newreaders handing over to Piers Morgan, 54, and Susanna Reid, 48, on Good Morning Britain at 6.30am.

Lorraine Kelly, 59, would then begin her chat show at 9am, handing over to Holly and Phil on This Morning at 10am.   

Claim: ITV bosses are said to be plotting a massive shake-up of the daytime TV schedule which would see This Morning start at the earlier time of 10am

Claim: ITV bosses are said to be plotting a massive shake-up of the daytime TV schedule which would see This Morning start at the earlier time of 10am

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